This beach-lined promontory on the Hvar Channel's commonly referred to as the "Golden Cape," likely because of its clear azure water, verdant pine trees, and shoreline of smooth, white pebbles. It might also have something to do with the Croatian sunbathers laying out for a fresh tan on the clothing-optional parts of the beach, as well as the boring, fully clothed portions. Who's to say, really?
Zlatni Rat's also a hotspot for windsurfers because of its consistent westerly wind. In fact, the beach itself is constantly changing shape depending on the strength of the wind and the flow of the current.